It has been a bumpy ride so far. I have played in every event I listed in my previous post for Friday and Saturday.
The best result so far was losing headsup in a UB $3k bracelet race. That one was heartwrenching because of a huge pot that I played when it was still three handed for ~80% of all chips when I made a tough call to an all in flop raise with K6o on a Qh6h5c board and couldn't fade Kh2h.
Overall, the bracelet races have been the most exciting as I made the final table 5 times but couldn't close.
I was chip leader for almost an hour in the Legends of Poker super at Doyles Room, but faded in the 3rd hour.
It has been a little hectic since at times I was playing 5 events simultaneously at different sites. As the screen layouts are different on each site, I was not able to efficiently utilitize autohotkey, so my RSI is acting up a bit from the mouse usage.
ITM: 25% (3/12)
ROI: -18.63% (-$322.95)
Hours played: ~13
Hourly rate: -$24.84
It could have been a lot worse, but reverse 4-5 hands and this would be a good week. Bah! That is poker.
Hopefully, Sunday will be better.
I will be skipping the $1050 Crypto WSOP super as I didn't qualify via the subqual. I'm quite drained after the highs and lows of the day (mostly lows...). I'll probably also skip the 9pm Party $2k added, since I'll probably be a basket case by then.
I really am impressed by the online MTT pros that can grind through a huge number of events per day. Perhaps it gets easier with conditioning.